Two observers A and B are in relative motion with a constant velocity[for example, along the x-x' direction].If A knows the the position of B accurately , the motion of B gets enormously uncertain[and vice verse] in his calculations/considerations.How is he going to derive the Lorentz transformations[or what is he supposed to understand of the Lorentz Transformations] in view of the uncertainty principle, I mean in the statistical sense?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[The observers may be assumed to be particles or microsystems]

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# The Lorentz Transformations and the Uncertainty Principle

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